This Friday night, The Producers Bar will host ‘socially [un]acceptable’ – an important critique performance and attack on sexual predation.
Without an actual ticket price, the creator, Laura Desmond is modestly allowing the audience to determine what they wish to donate for her work.
10 per cent of the funds raised will go to Bravehearts, an Australian organisation committed to preventing child sexual assault and making Australia safer for all children.
Whatever is left of the proceeds will go towards Ms. Desmond’s continuation of the show, as she aims to raise enough money to one day perform all the way at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
The performance will present an honest and raw examination of sexual assault in modern society and is hoping to change the narrative surrounding the important issue.
Donations at the end of the show will enable the South Australian artist to continue raising awareness, as well as assist her work towards bringing about much needed change.
For anyone wanting to attend, just a heads-up that there is MA15+ rating together with a trigger warning, as the uninhibited performance may feature some slight nudity and strong language.
The show is scheduled to take place on July 7, starting at 8:30pm and will be followed by a warehouse style rave, at The Old Exchange & Producers Bar, 235 Grenfell Street, Adelaide.